Raweo: Healthy Twist On The Classic Oreo - The Healthy Hour. A hugely popular recipe and for good reason, my raweos are a raw version of the cream filled chocolate biscuit, the Oreo.
Except mine are made without flour, refined-sugar, butter and an oven. I adore this recipe. The flavor combination is comfortingly reliable and they taste too good to be the healthy version. If there was one recipe that I were to convince you to make, it would be this one. Heaven in a bite. Biscuit 3/4 cup (90g) pecans1 cup (150g) medjool dates, pitted3 tbsp cacao powder1 tsp pure vanilla powderPinch of salt Filling 1 cup cashews, soaked for 2+ hours1 tbsp coconut oil, melted1 tbsp maple syrup1 tsp vanilla powder. Chewy Sultana Cookies.
Ingredients 270g of oats 4 ripe bananas 3 tablespoons of honey 150g of sultanas 4 red apples 2 teaspoons of cinnamon Method Preheat the oven to 200C Grate the apples (no need to peel them) and mash the bananas.
Oat cookies with nuts, cranberries and banana. September 07, 2014 I may not be such a horrible mum after all.
Do you remember an idea to trick my baby that fruits and veggies are sweets? Well, I still think it will work out, but I may bake her few cookies from time to time as well. Oat cookies with nuts and dried fruits taste amazing and are a great substitute for ones we buy in stores. It’s almost like a bowl of granola in the morning. I found the original recipe on Anja’s Food 4 Thought blog. Vintage chocolate chip cookies. Guest Recipe: Raw Raspberry & Cashew Cookies. Ingredients 1 cup of cashew flour (cashew nuts powdered in a blender) ¼ of a cup maple syrup ¼ of a cup raw cacao butter, melted ½ cup fresh or thaw frozen raspberries (or banana pieces, or raisins, or dried mango, or cacao nibs etc…) Method In a bowl mix the cashew flour with the maple syrup and the melted cacao butter.
CARROT CAKEY COOKIE 'WICHES — Sprouted Kitchen. 1 tsp.
Cinnamon Oven to 325’ 1. In a small bowl, pour about half cup of hot water over the raisins and let them soak. In a bowl, whisk the eggs well. 2. 3.Line the baking sheet with parchment paper. In the meantime, mix all filling ingredients with a whisk and put in fridge to firm up. *Allow cakey cookies to cool before assembling the sandwiches. Healthy Holiday Gingerbread Cookies. Hey guys.
Remember how I like pretending that baking is easy? Well, I’ve done it again! I actually wanted to make a gingerbread recipe last year. I even went out and bought a cute set of cookie cutters for the occasion as soon as they appeared in the stores. Let me just preface this by saying, this was at the very end of my pregnancy and pre-baby. So, fast-forward to the present moment: my mental wherewithal mostly in tact after the first 12 months of motherhood, and the desire to be involved in some kind of holiday tradition tugging at my heart strings. If you follow me on Instagram, you will recall a certain Michelin-man-shaped gingerbread puddle that I posted last week. At this point, in a frustrated frenzy, my husband chimed in for the pep talk. Everything You’ve Ever Wanted to Know About Molasses Isn’t it ironic that the waste product of manufacturing white sugar, is a nutrient-rich, low-glycemic syrup?
Store unopened molasses in a cool, dark place for up to one year. Black Bean Chocolate Chili Cherry Cookies. So I’ve seen all the black bean brownies making their merry way around the food blogs, but I still haven’t come across a recipe that, despite the use of legumes, is all that virtuous.
Yeah, throw some veggies into a batter of processed sugar and white flour! Hows about I deep-fry an apple? Or bacon-wrap some alfalfa sprouts? Um, no. This is precisely why I have not boarded that train. If you’ve been around the My New Roots block, you’ll see I am a fan of baking with beans, as seen here and here. Chocolate Chili Cherry Cookies are moist, rich, fudgy and filling, with just a tickle of spice that is oh-so unexpected and palette-warming-ly welcomed. I added dried cherries to one batch because I had some on hand.
Basically, add whatever the heck you have in that pantry and you can’t lose. Carrot Cake Cookies. Ingredients 270g of oats 3 ripe bananas (about 340g) 3 red apples (about 350g) 2 carrots (200g) 150g of sultanas 3 tablespoons of date syrup 2 tbs of nut butter – peanut butter is especially good (although you can ignore the nut butter totally if you don’t eat nuts) 1 tablespoon of coconut oil 3 teaspoons of cinnamon 1 teaspoons of nutmeg 1 teaspoon of ground ginger Method Preheat the oven to 200C Grate the apples and carrots (no need to peel them) and mash the bananas.
Then mix them with all the remaining ingredients in a bowl. Grease a baking tray with coconut oil. Scoop a heaped tablespoon of the mix and pat it into flat cookies shape on the tray, do this until all the mixture has been used. Then bake the cookies for about 30 minutes until they turn golden brown, at this point take them out the oven and let them cool slightly. One tablespoon and Small Batch Chocolate Chip Cookies (Vegan) Cannella Vita: Starbucks' Vanilla Almond Biscotti. Today I am super excited to share with all of you one of the lovely friends that I have made through my adventures writing Cannella Vita.
One of my favorite things about food blogging (besides getting all these baked goodies) is meeting and connecting with so many other people who share my passion for food. Izy is a lovely teenage food blogger (just like myself) from England. Her emails always make me smile, and all of her pictures always take my breath away. Without further ado, here's Izy! Hiya everyone! I love crunchy, crispy food the most! Along with hot coffee or tea, they are a perfect mid-morning snack! Annndd, it's fact time: 'Biscotti' literally means 'twice baked'- 'bi' meaning two and 'scotti' (think of the word scorch) meaning baked. Best Ever Chocolate Chip Cookies - Izy Hossack.